Create a Mail.com Account
How to Create a Free Mail.com Email Account.
Signing up to Mail.com email account is easy and fast.
In fact, if you need an extra email account for verification purposes or other reasons, I recommend Mail.com, as the sign up process is very fast and doesn’t require complicated phone verification.
Simply, visit the Mail.com’s main homepage ( www.mail.com ) and click on the ‘Sign Up’ button, which is located in the top right hand corner.
You will then be taken to the main account registration form.
On the form, you will be asked to provide personal details, including your name, date of
birth and country of origin, as well as your chosen email username. You will also need to select a password to use with the service and choose the domain you want your address to be associated with.
This password will need to be at least eight characters long and should contain a mixture of upper and lower case letters, as well as a combination of letters and numbers. Moreover, you will need to select a security question and answer, which will be used in the event that you forget your password, or are locked out of your account.
Mail.com Does NOT require a Mobile Phone Number.
Unlike the majority of free webmail services, Mail.com does not require you to provide a phone number. Once you have completed the Mail.com sign up form, accept the terms and conditions and click on the button labelled ‘Create My Account’. Assuming the email address you selected is available, the process will be complete.
In the event that you select an email address that is already taken, or if there are any other problems with your account registration attempt, you will be alerted of the changes that need to be made. Once you have made the necessary alterations, simply click the ‘Create My Account’ button again to complete the process.
Choose between 100 Difference Email Suffixes.
Another advantage with Mail.com is that you can choose between 100 different email suffixes including @mail.com,@email.com, @europe.com, @usa.com, “asia.com, @consultant.com, @techie.com and many others.
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